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Epsilon2

My olive cobs

A try to create an easy and unexpencive olive wood pipe in different styles  Very Happy
The pipe with the aluminium shank and Teflon mouthpiece I didn't liked at all ,
metal change the taste extremely so I put an olive shank  Very Happy
What is your opinion about little and light (36 gr) Olive cob pipes ?




TigerJack

HI, I like it with the wood stem, I am like you on the metal , it just don't look right, anyway very nice pipe sir. G'Day
Epsilon2

TigerJack wrote:
HI, I like it with the wood stem, I am like you on the metal , it just don't look right, anyway very nice pipe sir. G'Day

Thank you Sir Very Happy
pipesbywhitney

The wooden stem is much better than the metal one - I, too, do not like metal in many of my pipes, the Kirsten being the main exception. But, substituting a reed stem for the metal one in the top pipe should make a wonderful combination. Dave
Thelonious Monkfish

Wooden shank definitely. Nice.
Epsilon2

A reed stem !!!What an 💡
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WayneD

Cool shape on the pipe and yes I am also not a fan of the metal shank. The olive wood shank definitely looks killer. Nice work.
Steveaux

Nice work.

I prefer the wooden shank.
Epsilon2

Thank you dear friends Very Happy
Fr_Tom

I like them. What is the bowl inside diameter?
Epsilon2

It varies sir.I usually drill 20mm×37 mm but I don't have any stantards  Very Happy
Here is also the RC version with a 22x45 mm champer

Thelonious Monkfish

Nice, like how you rusticate them stem and all. Does the shank extend into the bottom of the chamber? Also, what's the stem material you use? Know I've asked before but forgot.
Epsilon2

No it doesn't Thelonious I use a small metal insert to conect them.
All ready smoke under hard conditions some of them.Test positive Very Happy
The stem is acryl rod from jansen pipes (Hamburg )
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